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Body Wrappers Angelo Luzio modern canvas pleated half sole slipper features an anatomically curved last with left and right construction, double elastic grippers at the back heel, and freedom pleats that allow pointe-to-flex toe freedom. Ideal for modern and contemporary lyrical dancing.
I bought these for my daughter last summer and she has made it through almost one year in them! No problems with durability, just her feet growing like normal!
They still have lots of wear left in them, after using them once a week for a year.
Will save them for my younger daughter.
Nice shoe, but runs small. I bought these before the summer in a size 2, which at the time were 2 sizes bigger than her street shoe size. Her street shoe now is a size 1 and these became too small for her feet.
We ordered 1/2 size up from street size and these are WAY too small. I know they are to fit snug but toes are bent in the shoe. Other than that, these are the most perfect product for her lyrical dancing!
I am a UK street size 3 and I don't know what size I should purchase. Does any one know and can help me please?
A UK size 3 is equivalent to us US size 4. As children?s sizes stop around sizes 1.0-2.0, you will need to convert to adult?s sizes, by increasing your street size by 2, and order the adult?s shoe, item 620A. Starting at a size 6, follow the sizing instructions to order 2-3 sizes smaller than the street shoe size, so a 3.0 or 4.0 should work in this shoe. Please note, sizing cannot be guaranteed. Please feel free to call customer service for more assistance with sizing! - DDS Customer Service (09/02/2014)